Fishing Reports

Thursday, March 26, 2015

LAKE WINNIBIGOSHISH

Hello from Big Winni. On the home stretch of ice fishing. Perch action still good for the people going out. Most access is ok yet for atv travel. Look to 10 to 18 feet of water. The west side from sugar island up to Mallard has been the best. Sunfish going ok in the evenings on little cutfoot. Look to 10 feet of water fish small tear drops with waxes. Round and Big Cutfoot has been ok for crappie. Late afternoon till dark has been the best..Checkin to a bait shop or resort for conditions before you come up as this time of the year several warm days could change lake travel.

If you like hunting you can get out and hunt antler sheds at this time and that will get you into practice to hunt mushrooms. Morels are just around the corner. It is a good way to get into the woods and enjoy the wildlife coming alive in the spring. You might even for yourself a new spot to hunt deer.

Monday, March 9, 2015

LAKE WINNIBIGOSHISH

Hello from Big Winni. Perch bite is still going strong. Fish are using the west side good now from The Mississippi river inlet north to Mallard point. Main shore drop from 10 to 12 feet out to 25 feet. They are making some moves in during the day. Best bite is 8am till 2 pm as of now. The time left in the day you can go to one of several smaller lakes to get your crappies or sunfish. Ball club , Big or Little Cutfoot, Portage to name a few are all kicking out panfish later in the day. Weather is starting to break also with warmer temps coming in, get out and enjoy the day. Travel around the lake is good.Little snow on the lake will be gone this week. See you on the lake. -Pat

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

LAKE WINNIBIGOSHISH

Hello from Big Winnie. The walleye and pike seasons are now closed. Time to go pan fishing. The perch bite on Winnie is getting better toward the west side. Look to the snag hole area to the river mouth. 12 to 30 feet of water. The Sugar Island area north to the Raven rocks is good. The weather is making them move from the 8 to 12 foot out to the 12 to 20 foot. Sometimes in the same day. Find them and they will readily bite. North areas to look for are the saddle off high banks and the Tamarac bay in 12 to 18 feet. Sunnies are going in Big and Little cutfoot . Early and late in the day is best. Crappie action in cutfoot also has been good though smaller fish at this time. Several smaller lakes near by have had some good crappie action also. See you on the lake. -Pat
 

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